Grammar Patterns

N to n

The 'drawback' group

These nouns refer to a good or bad aspect of something.
But we are also discovering many drawbacks to this mode of transportation, including unsuspected acute and chronic health problems.
The preposition to is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
Though his flat wasn't as spacious as Hannah's on the floor below, there were definite advantages to being at the top of the building.
  • advantage
  • downside
  • drawback
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